Wills and Probate
A Will ought always to be professionally prepared. Its importance cannot be understated: It will ensure that your property and assets are left to those who you want to benefit, giving you peace of mind.
We are sometimes instructed by the family of a deceased person who has relied upon an ‘off the shelf’ Will. These are readily available, but in our experience are most often unenforceable and in every case cause issues that are expensive to resolve.
So many people also forget that Wills must always be updated, particularly after marriage, children or divorce.
We can also advise you to organise your affairs to minimise inheritance tax.
Sometimes we can offer a fixed fee for our advice – come and talk to us and see how we can help you best.